We have put together a few tested configuration that we have seen in production.
On touch screens, in short, they are tricky in macOS. So, SlideDraw uses the basic macOS “mouse events” for drawing. This means standard single mouse down, click and movements. Different touch screen devices may present other forms of input and may require drivers provided by other manufacturers for additional costs.
We highly recommend using an display specifically for the Control Panel. You can easily add a “dummy” display to your Mac with a headless dongle for less than $10. This will create an additional virtual display for your Mac and allow the GPU (graphics) to work more efficiently. Then using a screen sharing or remote desktop client, you can remotely control and utilize this additional display.
For any questions or help, please feel free to shoot us a note.
Touch Screen Setup
**2019/20 M1 MacMini does not support more than two outputs.
Tested Touch Screens:
- Samsung QB75N-W Commercial 4K UHD Touch Display. (Required Helper Driver)
- Elo 5501L 55″ Interactive Digital Signage. (Required Helper Driver)
Helper Touch Driver:
In some cases, you may require additional drivers to have macOS work with touch screen displays.
Touch Base makes a UPDD macOS driver to help with touch screen support for more fine controls and hiding cursors above what SlideDraw is able to do.
macOS Catalina 10.15+ & iPadOS 13.1+ with Apple Pencil
Required for Apple Sidecar
• Undo last draw: COMMAND + Z
• Fade up or down the DRAWING WINDOW: COMMAND + ENTER
• Next slide: ARROW RIGHT
• Previous Slide: ARROW LEFT
• Import Images: COMMAND + I
• Blank the cursor on the DRAWING WINDOW: COMMAND + B
• DRAWING WINDOW True Full Screen toggle: COMMAND + ESCAPE
• Standard macOS Full Screen toggle: CONTROL + COMMAND + F
• Reset all Windows: SHIFT + COMMAND + R
• Show CONTROL PANEL: COMMAND + ,